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3 Days trip top Sahara sand dunes with camel ride or One day activity near Marrakech : Quad, Camel ride, Valley trip

Shared Marrakech Desert Trips

We offre daily budget shared Marrakech desert trips and Marrakech desert tours in small groups of no more than 16 passengers in deluxe A/C minibuses.
Marrakech to Merzouga desert shared 3 days tour
Marrakech to Merzouga desert shared 3 days tour
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Fancy visiting the golden sand dunes of the Great Sahara on a camel ride, 4×4, or by foot? We offer you an exceptional tour of the sand dunes of Merzouga, one of the most beautiful deserts…
Agafay desert with camel ride, quad Biking, and Dinner Show
Agafay desert with camel ride, quad Biking, and Dinner Show
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Want to visit the Agafay desert with camel rides, quad Biking, and Dinner Shows?  The magic desert of Agafay is the ideal place for lovers of adrenaline and desert and for those who do not have time for a multi-day trip.

Marrakech to Zagora shared 2 days desert tour
Marrakech to Zagora shared 2 days desert tour
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The group shared 2 days desert tour from Marrakech to Zagora is perfect for those who are short on time and wish to seize the opportunity to get introduced to Morocco’s Sahara desert on a 2 days Morocco desert tour. Our budget 2 day Sahara desert trip to Zagora is organized in small groups, not exceeding 17 participants, mostly like-minded young travelers sharing the same values.

Marrakech quad biking - palm grove of Marrakech
Marrakech quad biking – palm grove of Marrakech
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Discover the stunning landscape of the Atlas as you drive your own quad bike. Followed by an agreeable camel ride along the Palm Grove of Marrakech, and a berber mint tea refreshments

Camel ride and camel trekking marrakech Palmerais
Camel ride and camel trekking Marrakech palmerais
From45

No visit of Marrakech for the first time is complete without a camel ride to experience camel trekking Marrakech has long been known of, especially in the palm grove.So you’re feeling you need ..

4 days tour from Marrakech to the Merzouga desert
4 days tour from Marrakech to the Merzouga desert
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Our 4 days desert trip from Marrakech to Merzouga takes us into one of the wildest environments on the planet. A place of intense beauty and utter silence, you will never forget your time in the Morocco Sahara.

Private Marrakech Desert Trips

Private Marrakech desert trips with Fes and Marrakech as via Merzouga and Erg Chebbi with a camel trek and an overnight sleep in a Bedouin Sahara desert camp.
4-day Zagora and Merzouga Luxury Desert Tour
4-day Zagora and Merzouga Luxury Desert Tour
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A 4-day desert tour from Marrakech will take you to travel to Zagora Desert and Erg Chebbi Dunes, and some other exciting and impressive places. On this excursion of 4 days in Morocco, you will cross the Atlas Mountains to arrive in the Sahara Desert.
Zagora 2 days luxury desert trip from Marrakech
Zagora desert 2 days luxury trip from Marrakech
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This 2-day luxury desert trip from Marrakech to Zagora goes through the Aït Benhaddou Kasbah, Ouarzazate the south pearl with its’ beautiful cinema studios, the Kasbah Taourirt…

Marrakech to Fes 3 days luxury desert trip
Marrakech to Fes 3 days luxury desert trip
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The Best 3 days are a desert tour from Marrakech to Fes including Camel Trek and a night in the Sahara luxury desert camp of Merzouga, Our Three days trips from Marrakech to Fes will take you to the Erg-Chebbi…

Private Morocco Imperial Cities Tour

Discover Morocco imperial cities with our private Morocco tours trips. Spending time in Marrakech city, Fez, Rabat and Morocco desert
Morocco cultural imperial 4 days cities tour
Morocco cultural imperial 4 days cities tour
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This tour will allow you to see the most beautiful Moroccan imperial cities rich in history and traditions. Thus, you will visit the current capital of Morocco, the oldest imperial city of Meknes, the archaeological site of Volubilis and of course the city of Fes.

Chefchaoune and Fes with camel trekking in Merzouga
Chefchaoune and Fes with camel trekking in Merzouga
From570

The 5 days desert tour from Marrakech to Chefchaoune including Camel Trek and night in the Sahara desert of Merzouga, Our Three days trip from Marrakech to Chefchaoune will take you to the Erg-Chebbi sand dunes throughout the High Atlas mountains …

Morocco imperial cities tour started from rabat
Morocco imperial cities tour started from rabat
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Morocco tour is a 9-day tour from Rabat escorted by a local guide visiting Chefchaoune, Fes, and Marrakech, with a camel trek into the Sahara desert and visit the Todra gorges, Ait Benhaddou Kasbah and the High Atlas Mountains, This is a tour suggested by us, but we can customize this tour according to your wishes.

Marrakech Excursions

Take a private or shared Marrakech excursions, day trip from Marrakech and let yourself get lost in an ancient souk or sample new foods with a friendly local guide by your side.
Imlil and atlas valley shared day trip from marrakech
Imlil and Atlas Valley shared a day trip from Marrakech
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Escape the heat of Marrakech and drive into the Atlas Mountains on a shared full-day trip from Marrakech to Imlil and the Atlas Mountains. A shared day tour to Imlil And Atlas Mountains is one of the most spectacular day trips from Marrakech if you desire to get out…

Mount Toubkal trek private 2 days from Marrakech
Mount Toubkal trek private 2 days from Marrakech
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If you do not have many days available and want to climb the highest peak in North Africa, we organize a two-day tour from Marrakech to the High Atlas peaks to explore the best of the Jebel Toubkal Trek. Our excursion from Marrakech is available every day with hotel pick-up.

Agadir private full-day trip from Marrakech
Agadir private full-day trip from Marrakech
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Enjoy a private day trip from Marrakech to Agadir, we invite you for a day to discover this charming white city located on the Atlantic Ocean; Venture into this vibrant Moroccan city and experience the bustle of city life on this full-day tour from Marrakech.

Unmissable Attractions in Marrakech

Looking for things to do in Marrakech? Explore the must-dos and hidden gems on Go Marrakech Desert Trips
Imlil and atlas valley shared day trip from marrakech
Imlil and Atlas Valley shared a day trip from Marrakech
From35

Escape the heat of Marrakech and drive into the Atlas Mountains on a shared full-day trip from Marrakech to Imlil and the Atlas Mountains. A shared day tour to Imlil And Atlas Mountains is one of the most spectacular day trips from Marrakech if you desire to get out…

Camel ride in the agafay desert half day from Marrakech
Camel ride in the agafay desert half day from Marrakech
From45

Want to visit the Agafay desert by camel ride for a half-day trip? The magic desert of Agafay is the ideal place for lovers of adrenaline and desert and for those who do not have time for a multi-day trip.

Quad biking in the agafay desert half day from Marrakech
Quad biking in the agafay desert half day from Marrakech
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Want to visit the desert by quad biking for a ½ day  day trip? The magic desert of Agafay is the ideal place for lovers of adrenaline and desert and for those who do not have time for a multi-day trip.

Tours Reviews

kristina Burton

Marrakech to Merzouga desert shared 3 days tour

Magical experience in Merzouga with Anca Sarbu, our guide, was exceptionally knowledgeable, friendly and attentive. and Abdou our driver, impressed us with his prudence and skill. Top guide and driver! Absolutely recommended. 5/5.

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Places to visit and best things to do in Marrakech city

Places to visit and best things to do in Marrakech city

December 19, 2020
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Marrakech city:

The etymology of the name of the city comes from the word Berber amur (n) Akash, which means & quot; Land of God’. Also called the red city, due to the buildings and red walls built by Ali ibn Yusuf in 1122 1123, Marrakech is a city that will fascinate you! You can enjoy palaces, gardens, mosques, architecture, market madness Jemma El Fnaa, good food and fruits, amazing sunset over the building, accompanied by the sound of mosque prayer, colors, taste, and smells.

Bahia Palaces:

This is a palace with traditional gardens built in the 19th century by Si Moussa Ba Ahmed, the grand vizier of the sultan representing the essence of the Islamic and Moroccan style. Had 150 rooms, a beautiful selling tiled fireplace, and floors and colorful stained glass windows. Opening time 9 am to 4 pm daily. Closed during religious holidays.

Ben Youssef Madrasa:

Was built by the rule of Sa’id Sultan Sidi Abdallah al-Ghalib in the Marinid style. Was an Islamic college, but today it is an Islamic history site.

The Saadian Tombs:

Date from the late 16th century and were constructed by the sultan Ahmad of Mansur, Saadian dynasty. The stele is in finely worked cedar wood and stucco work. The monuments are made of Italian  Carrara marble.

Koutoubia Mosque & Garden: 

Is the largest mosque in Marrakech, Morocco. The mosque is decorated with curved windows, a strip of ceramic, pointed merlons, and decorative arches; it has a large square with gardens and is lit at night. The minaret, 77 meters high, includes an arrow and orbs. It was completed under the reign of the Berber Almohad caliph Yaqub al-Mansour (1184-1199).

Visit the Yves Saint Laurent Museums and the Majorelle Gardens:

It was created by the French  Orientalist artist, Jacques Majorelle for almost forty years, starting in 1923, and features a Cubist villa designed by the French architect, Paul Senior in the 1930s. In the 1980s, the property was purchased by the fashion designers, Yves Saint-Laurent and Pierre Bergé worked to restore it. https://gomarrakechdeserttrips.com/tours/marrakech-city-sightseeing-tour-marrakech-city-tour/ The villa houses the Islamic Art Museum of Marrakech, and the Berber Museum and has recently opened the Yves Saint Laurent Museum.

Enjoy the labyrinth of Marrakech Medina and Jemma El Fna Square: 

Is a square and marketplace in Marrakesh's Medina Quarter (old city). Unesco Heritage. During the day it is predominantly occupied by orange juice stalls, and water sellers with traditional leather water bags, and brass cups. As the day progresses, the entertainment on offer changes: the snake charmers depart, and late in the day the square becomes more crowded, with  Chleuh dancing boys story-tellers, magicians, and peddlers of traditional medicines. As darkness falls, the square fills with dozens of food stalls as several people o of people gathering here.

Badi Palais:

It was commissioned

How to ride a camel or dromedary in the Sahara Desert

How to ride a camel or dromedary in the Sahara Desert

December 19, 2020
Visit morocco

Arabian camel or dromedary has one back hump, known for their ability to go for long periods without drinking and live in desert vegetation of the Arabian country. https://gomarrakechdeserttrips.com/tours/morocco-desert-tour-3-days-from-marrakech-to-fes/ With their humpback, the camel has an unmistakable silhouette, is about 3 meters long, and is 2 meters high at the hump itself 20 cm.

Where to Ride a Camel in Marrakech or Morocco:

Palmeraie Marrakech:

Dune Adventures of the Zagora:

Along the beaches of Essaouira: Dune Adventures of the Merzouga:
 
Tips and tricks for a comfortable camel ride in Morocco:

• Wear pants and socks to protect your skin.
• A hat and sunglasses to cover your face from the sun.
• A long scarf to protect your face in case of a dust storm.
• Dust goggles, if the forecast hints at a possible sandstorm.

Dressing up:

Getting on the Hump:

Step 1: Approach the sitting camel from the side slowly as well as confidently.

Step 2: Throw your leg over the middle of the humps as well as quickly mount it.

Step 3: Getting on the camel is the hardest part of the ride. Do it quickly and carefully, using your momentum as a guide. Then you want to be straddling the camel to keep your balance as you start riding. Once the camel stands up you can then move your legs to get extra comfortable. There will be a handle on the front of the saddle to help you hold on as you move up.

Step 4: Lean behind as the camel starts to stand

Step 5: Slowly lean front as it gets onto its front legs

Riding comfortably

Step 6: Cross your legs up on the saddle. This better distributes your weight along the humps, saving your tailbone from unnecessary discomfort.

Do not try and control the animal, camels will listen to their master, however, and follow the line in front of them. Dismount when the camel sits back down. Use the saddle handles to lean yourself up, then swing your leg over the hump to one side. You can simply jump off.

Other recommendations:

• Pack lightly for your overnight in the Sahara desert.
• Drink lots and lots of water.
Some of the dunes of Merzouga are massive and it may be a little uncomfortable to climb and descend, but as long as you hold on, you will be fine.

“Relax and enjoy the camel ride!”